14 retailers take up commercial space at Battersea Power Station

Fourteen retail brands are set to take up units at the Battersea Power Station development in South London.

Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, The Kooples, Ray-Ban, L’Occitane, Gant, The Body Shop, Lacoste, Aēsop, Mango, Reiss, Le Labo, and Kova will all open stores in the new shopping centre.

82 per cent of commercial space at the Grade II* listed building is already let.
The company behind the shopping centre, which will open next year, said that the Power Station would form the centrepiece of a new town centre for the immediate communities and wider local communities.

It aims to become a new business quarter for the capital and an “experiential destination for Londoners.”

The announcement follows the recent news that the Zone 1 Battersea Power Station Underground Station, which brings the development within 15 minutes of the West End and the City, has opened as part of the Northern Line Extension.

The newly announced brands will join line-up of retailers already set to open their doors at Battersea Power Station next year, including Hugo Boss, MAC Cosmetics, Space NK, Watches of Switzerland, Jo Malone, boxing gym, BXR, and The Cinema at The Power Station.

“We are undoubtedly experiencing the most exciting year yet in the transformation of Battersea Power Station,” said Sam Cotton, head of leasing, Battersea Power Station Development Company. “We recently welcomed our first residents into their homes in the Grade II* listed icon, Battersea Power Station’s Zone 1 Underground station opened last week and our retailer and office occupiers will begin fitting out their spaces in the coming months ahead of the Power Station opening its doors to the public next year.”

Cotton added: “Battersea Power Station is well on its way to becoming one of the most prominent new neighbourhoods in the world and to have this endorsed by such an impressive collection of British and international brands is testament to the continued appeal of this unique project.”

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